Emily Mashak is the content coordinator for Townsquare Media Northern Colorado. You’ll hear her voice commercials, news updates, on our public affairs show Tuned in NOCO, X-Posed music updates on 94.3 The X and her own Saturday show on 99.9 The Point. She was born in Minnesota, but has lived in Colorado since 2008. Mashak writes on a variety of topics from local crime to weekly recaps of The Bachelor. Some of her favorite local places include Odell Brewing, Road 34 and Rocky Mountain National Park. Tuned in to NoCo airs every weekend on each station. You can listen to Saturday’s with Emily from 3-7 p.m. every week on 99.9 The Point and Sunday's With Emily from Noon to 4 p.m. on 94.3 The X.
Oh S-s-snap: These 29 Snakes Live in Colorado [PHOTOS]
Don't worry, only three of them are venomous.
Cow Causes Fatal Crash Near Weld County Road 49
A driver veered into oncoming traffic after hitting a cow in the road.
Black Family Detained After Aurora Police Mistake Their Vehicle as Stolen
The Aurora Police Department has apologized for the incident.
Denver Health Department Tickets 20 Businesses Over the Weekend for COVID-19 Violations
Mayor Hancock recently promised to ramp up COVID-19 enforcement.
Denver’s Stapleton Neighborhood to Be Renamed to Central Park
The push for a new name began again after George Floyd's death.
RamaMama Opens Ramen Brick and Mortar in Fort Collins
The new location is at 120 W Laurel St. in Fort Collins.
What The Great American Outdoors Act Means for Colorado’s Parks
Congress has already passed the bill.
Castle Rock Restaurant That Violated Public Health Order Closes Permanently
The owners had strong words for the Colorado government.
Polis Shames Weld County Concert: “I’m Calling on Coloradans Not to Be Stupid”
Polis compared the impact of large gatherings to drunk driving.
These Are Some of the Most Haunted Places in Colorado [PHOTOS]
Make these a part of your summer road trip.
Poudre School District Announces Plan for 2020-21 School Year
The year will start in a hybrid between in-person and online learning.
The 2020 U.S. Capitol Christmas Tree Will Be From Colorado
You can even make your own ornament for the tree.